It's amazing how many people are actually supporting the griefer. Really goes to show that WoW players will disagree with anything they see on a WoW forum, without regard to being right or wrong.
You all really are defending that pulling guy? Come on.
He's griefing 40+ people at time, OP should contact a GM while being supported by the other raid members, if reports aren't enough.
It IS Blizzard fault if the guy is still pulling stuff around after tons of reports (assuming OP's story is true).
"PvP solution"? Make an alliance toon, raise it to 90, gear him up, just to kill the person? That would be a complete loss of time. Seriously.
after reading the replies to this thread.. I am glad i quit the game and got away from the worst community a game can have. One person is going full retard and grief like hell. And yet. Almost everyone in here say he doesnt do anything wrong.
Last Updated December 8, 2010
1. Any behaviour that endangers the gaming experience of other players;
read it and weap.
Keep it civil
Hey buttercup, I was keeping it civil. If you really like, I could edit my post with a much more vitriolic response that will probably make the op cry tears of horrible grammar.
Last edited by BelziBhaal; 2013-05-26 at 04:46 PM.
let him die several times, he will have 2 minute respawn timer, pull boss resieve epics. IIRC Oondasta is not tauntable so you will be OK with it
Originally Posted by Urban Dictionary
Its griefing, its bannable, report him.
"Why do we fight? To protect home and family, to preserve balance and bring harmony. For my kind the true question is, what is worth fighting for?"
Faction change 10 people (alts?) and camp there. He logs on to trollololol, log on to your ally army and flatten his sorry ass into oblivion, 1 time, 2 times, 3 times, until instead of being fun for him it's fun for you. He gives up. You win.
And yes, empathy is word nobody knows on this site. Tells you something about the human race.
Hire your alliance guilds/groups and take out a hit on him. There WILL be some freelance alliance players who will do this. Not all of them will be 'loyalists' going 'hahaha sucks to be you'. Find the mercenary minded. 200g every time he gets ganked. When someone plays dirty, play dirty back.
I have eaten all the popcorn, I left none for anyone else.
The thrill of PvP is defeating a skilled player or group of players, especially when the odds seem stacked against you (1v3 wins of equal gearing are amazing and rewarding).
Griefing, especially against your own faction, is explicitly against the rules of WoW. Notice they didn't like the DK bug where they could grief their own faction.
If this was an Alliance (and kudos to all the poor reading comprehension early in the thread), it would be considered sketchy but fine. In an RP kind of way, he could be considered a hero for his faction, wiping 40+ people in one swoop
But when you grief your own faction, that is an offense.
OP, make sure all the others are reporting him as well. Make a ticket in game, be calm, clear, concise. Anger, ranting doesn't translate well.
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lol I imagine hes like the nerd from the South Park episode. What a badass!
hmmm, there are usually two sides to a story, wonder what this server did to make him sooo angry at everyone... No Innocent Victim! I bet a lot of them are QQ elitistjerk dirtbags and are get whats coming to them! Dont like it? unsub, help the gm's go to the breadlines where those useless jerks belong!!
sounds like some bad pug raids. Even though there is a path to the top now, just sit at the beach til all are there/rezzed go up and handle business. Like another posted, let him get killed a few times for a long timer. I would just suggest stop whining. I pull oon as a prot pally with minimal to no heals, of course I use cd's for abilities, and I pop everything for threat. I have yet to lose threat on Oondasta when I tank him.
Every time I've put a ticket in, I've gotten to talk to a real person. The only time I've gotten the copy&paste response was at the end of the conversation, just like it's always been. I always make sure to be very detailed in the report and mature about how I write it and it has never failed to get me into a conversation with a GM who then solves my problem with very little to no delay.